Martina Schwarzmann

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PreviousDecember 1970

As poetic as straightforward can be, the Schwarzmann tells and sings about the madness of her very normal life, which she still has under control when she's not on stage or hiding in the woods or in the toilet while fleeing from Instagram and Facebook, where she quickly looks up in her parenting guide to see if children can be blackmailed.

The fact that the charming Upper Bavarian still looks quite nice for her age at nearly forty may be due to the fact that with three children and a farmer as her husband she doesn't find the time to start drinking. Instead, she continues to fight fearlessly against the adversities of everyday life. And when the washing machine has swallowed another shoe, she simply throws the other one out the window on the motorway.

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Theater in the Park

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